Study Evaluates Cribbers' Sleeping Habits

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New research into equine cribbing is revealing that the stereotypy could be related to a lack of certain kinds of sleep. Specifically, British researchers say, horses that crib spend less time in "standing sleep" mode than horses that don't.

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